Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 3
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by jimmyboy Worse Than Useless
As thin as tissue paper. They rip when putting them on your shoes and the bottoms rip almost as soon as you start walking on them. Day One: Put on a pair and they lasted less then three hours walking on wall-to-wall carpeting and a little on polished, smooth concrete in the basement. They never touched dirt, debris or anything rough and yet they ripped apart. Day Two: Threw them away as useless. A terrible product.
October 17, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by santiago good, but small
good to have it for someone, i.e technician, come to house to fix something. it's good enough, but it was tight for that big boots. wish it's a little bigger
July 16, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by BostonHolly Better than nothing
These are flimsey, covering only the bottom & 1/2 of sides of sneakers but not the top; I can't imagine a man fitting into these and certainly not a painter who needs good coverage. I am a female, size 9 sneaker & use these covers to access my semi-finished basement, concrete floor - w/a bad insect infestation & chronic water infiltration. When the concrete is damp or iif i hit a rough spot on floor, these shoe covers inevitibly will have holes on bottom if worn for more than 10 minutes. Because I need *something* these are the only covers our local Home Depot sells (when they're in stock) so I buy the box. The price is right knowing that I'll need to replace dovers frequently when in basement. I've found much higher quality covers in local hardware stores which cover the entire shoe, sturdy no matter what I encounter which do not deteriorate regardless what I walk on. But they're sold in single pair packages & more costly, I'll buy the entire stock when I find them as they sell out quickly. You'd figure Home Depot would carry this higher quality cover considering they target contractors more than consumers.
June 7, 2012